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Loki

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  1. I think this was the first thing I ever saw on YouTube.
  2. I've never been able to explain why I can't get into Page and this describes it perfectly.
  3. I like that she's wearing sensible shoes because they only film her from the waist up.
  4. I picked up on that in a lot of his quotes, and I get that it was kind of a softball article being that they are under the same corporate umbrella. I do wonder what will be the company's first major problem and how they react to it.
  5. Most of the Teddy Hart backstage segments remind me of something from Trailer Park Boys. To me, that's a good thing.
  6. Winner winner chicken dinner!
  7. That's right around when I started following ROH regularly, but I think that was in part that after attending my first TV taping, they kept giving me free tickets to the next taping. It was like a never ending conga line of tickets.
  8. I think an episode about the Inoki/Ali fight would be great.
  9. Still wish Nakamura got moved to Raw. Oh well...
  10. That's the problem I have with it. Although I do love the idea of Paul Roma being a member.
  11. Here's my submission for a team. I'm sure this can change by the weekend. Captain America - Clearly he's the best leader in the Marvel Universe, if not one of the best. Red Hulk - I know a lot of people don't like the General Thunderbolt-as-Hulk, but I really did. He fits insanely strong team member check box. I also like that he's a brilliant tactician on his own. You can have some really fun subplots with him trying to lead the team (he is pretty manipulative) and the weird relationship he has with Cap. So Rulk is also the wildcard. Sersi - She fits the god archetype. Valkyrie - Every team needs a bad ass fighter. Beast - Resident smartypants of the team, and you do need a mutant. This is Marvel after all.
  12. Oh totally. I ran into Balls at a Life of Agony concert in 2005ish and he was the happiest, friendliest guy ever. He was just happy to be recognized, introduced me to his wife and wound up talking with me for like an hour about wrestling, music and being from NJ.
  13. He had a ton of great matches with RVD. It is a shame he didn't focus on more straight up wrestling.
  14. 1)Randy Savage vs Mitsuharu Misawa - Savage, as he more widely known and referenced culturally. 2)Ultimate Warrior vs Ricky Steamboat - I couldn't figure this one out. Like lots of kids fell in love with wrestling on the surface because the Warrior, well, he's the Warrior. But the ones who would stick around appreciate how great Steamboat is as a worker. And that influenced future wrestlers more so. 3)Jake Roberts vs Chris Jericho - Jericho, as his longevity and the variety of his body of work are more impressive. Also, Jericho is a great representative of prowrestling to the outside world. 4)Big Show vs Jeff Hardy - Hardy, as his tag team work is amazing and that parts of his life are a cautionary tale. 5)Edge vs Batista - In ring career, it is a wash. But Batista has had a more successful post-wrestling life. 6)Daniel Bryan vs Randy Orton - Bryan.
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